yonythemoony said:New images of Evanna in It Don't Come Easy:
New images of Evanna in It Don't Come Easy:
yonythemoony said:That was posted here a few months ago.
That was posted here a few months ago.
yonythemoony said:The director said that she wants the short to be shown to everyone. But so far, nothing. Also, the story had the potential of a full length film, they spend 9 months in post-production, and spended 15.000 dolars, and it's just 18 minute long?
The director said that she wants the short to be shown to everyone. But so far, nothing. Also, the story had the potential of a full length film, they spend 9 months in post-production, and spended 15.000 dolars, and it's just 18 minute long?
Brennan's play focuses more upon the fraternal love, rivalry and jealousy between the brothers, than upon Harry's famous death defying acts of derring-do, becoming a commentary upon familiar and potentially troubling aspects of the human condition. Such a grand emotional canvas however demands great insight and Brennan's style remains too superficial to adequately deliver. Audiences want to see and learn more about the great Harry, not the mediocre Theo and in having cast himself as Theo, Brennan does not help matters. Onstage for much of the show, his accent varies (occasionally Irish?), his acting stutters and he and his character lack the gravitas for us to care about them quite enough.[...]Technical glitches have beset the production and it's a shame that more illusion is not offered on stage. The few escapology stunts that are presented are entertaining and even though the lack of a strait-jacket routine disappoints, it remains fair to say that Nichols' performance alone does justify the ticket price. The supporting cast make the best of the two-dimensional characters that have been written for them. [...] Evanna Lynch (Harry Potter fans will not be disappointed, she played Luna Lovegood in the movies) has a complex role to play as Harry's wife Bess. As Houdini's fame grows, their marriage stumbles and Lynch is offered too much dialog that is little more than clumsy cliche. She makes a good job of it though and offers a look that has a gorgeously classic style with a hint of her character’s contemporary, Keystone Studios’ movie starlet Mabel Normand in her appearance. Katie Johnson's hair and make-up work is impressive.
[T]hen we meet Bess, (played by Evanna Lynch) who we fear could potentially split the pair up, but it becomes clear that her intentions are good, and she very quickly marries the eldest brother Harry. [...]The play itself, presents many possible dilemmas and conflicts which could see the characters falling out, but what makes it different is it keeps a sense of loyalty within the characters and never really descends into treachery and betrayal, and so I believe this benefits the audience and gives a feel good factor out of adversity.[...]Evanna Lynch was very enjoyable to watch as Bess Houdini, she had the allure of a showgirl and drew the audience in with her whimsical and enchanting voice. It was impressive to hear her American accent, and she also showed she has what it takes to be a serious dramatic actress, and I look forward to seeing what she does next.
Agh. Even my underboobs are sweating. Playing in front of family and friends is SO SCARY. #tmi #dontcurr— Evanna Lynch (@Evy_Lynch) October 7, 2013
Agh. Even my underboobs are sweating. Playing in front of family and friends is SO SCARY. #tmi #dontcurr
yonythemoony said:I loled that much with that tweet. Evanna is adorable. A friend of mine watched the play in Dublin and she was amazed by it.
I loled that much with that tweet. Evanna is adorable. A friend of mine watched the play in Dublin and she was amazed by it.
Starting shortly before Harry meets his wife, Bess, the audience is taken on a whistle stop tour of Harry’s rise to the top whilst Theo is left to struggle on in his shadow. [...] [T]he story seems to focus less on Houdini and more on the hardships of his younger brother leaving us wanting a little more of the great tricks and showmanship to balance out the rather angst filled speeches.[...] Unfortunately the show itself seemed dialogue heavy and slightly off pace. Evanna Lynch as Bess had little to work with early in the script, with barely a conversation between her character and Harry as they begin their romance. Even a single happy scene between the two would have been useful to contrast the later decline, perhaps their wedding or even just a walk through the snow which Bess is said to have loved. The scenes in which Evanna could really shine were the emotion packed scramble to save Harry from the water tank shortly before the interval and the tearful speech given ten years after his death.
yonythemoony said:That was me :) that's from a tweet from Stuart Brennan.
That was me :) that's from a tweet from Stuart Brennan.
Evanna Lynch poses for a few pics with Jamie Nichols outside of the Today FM Studios in Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday morning (October 8).The two actors stars as Harry and Bess Houdini in Houdini, which is playing at Gaiety Theatre until Saturday, October 12th.“I suppose I am drawn to magic,” Evanna shared with press. “I have done other things, but I love fantasy and things out of the ordinary.”She added about her character, “Bess is the assistant, she’s the glue that holds everything together behind the scenes, but I have to know all of the tricks as well, so I can tell when to pull the curtain and the timing.”Evanna is also pictured outside the Newstalk Studios for Pat Kenny Show on Monday (October 7).
Was great seeing @Evy_Lynch last night in Houdini, her accent was amazing! We had a good catch up afterwards pic.twitter.com/nLNu6or9QC— Devon Murray (@DevonMMurray) October 10, 2013
Was great seeing @Evy_Lynch last night in Houdini, her accent was amazing! We had a good catch up afterwards pic.twitter.com/nLNu6or9QC
Evanna Lynch has said she would jump at the chance of a part in the new JK Rowling film adaptation, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.The actress played Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films and when she found out the book which has a link to her character was going into development at Warner Bros, was keen to sign up again.She said: "When the news broke that was the first that I heard of it and I had a bit of a freak out on Twitter. I actually tweeted at Warner Bros, 'Please put me in the movie!' They were like, 'Sounds good.' I don't know what that means."Evanna said she doubted Luna would make an appearance: "I don't think Luna will be in it, because it's set 70 years before and with the time it took us 10 years to make Harry's span at Hogwarts, 70 years of a time lapse between this guy's life and when Harry's born, I think I'll be too old. I think I'll be an old woman by the time I get round to it."But she said she was open to playing any part in the film, even if it wasn't Luna."Someone did say on Twitter, they said, 'You could do the story from the point of view of Luna relating the story to her children about your great grandfather 70 years ago,' which I would be totally down for."But I'm also down for playing a fantastic beast, I think that would be quite fun."
Feathery show goodness with @marklyminster #bessnbecks #tourbffs only 2.5 more shows to go!0.41 pm 10/10/2013
chester said:Evanna could easily be part of the Fantastic Beasts movie.
Evanna could easily be part of the Fantastic Beasts movie.
Wave-frolicking on the beach :)0.42 pm 10/13/2013
And so... The curtain fell on the final performance of Houdini The Play on Saturday night in Dublin... We would just like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came to see us and supported the production on the 5 week UK and Ireland run. We don't want to give too much away, but Houdini may be reappearing in the near future. Watch... This... Space...
Check out the very talented Houdini cast front page of Metro Herald today [9 Oct.]. What an amazing show!
If I hadn't just picked this up in an Australian bathroom I would definitely have put this oddly cheerful Australian tampon in my mouth and tried to eat it like a sweetie... HELLO AUSTRALIA, I'M HERE! #foriegntamponsfail6.52 pm 10/15/2013
yonythemoony said:Both are very similar. Being hp fans, have met each other, and both tried to play Luna. Also, my mother and a friend saw The Lovely Bones and they thought that Saoirse was Evanna xd Anyway, Evanna is older than Saoirse.
Both are very similar. Being hp fans, have met each other, and both tried to play Luna. Also, my mother and a friend saw The Lovely Bones and they thought that Saoirse was Evanna xd Anyway, Evanna is older than Saoirse.
yonythemoony said:It's the opposite, because Evanna is older than the Fannings.
It's the opposite, because Evanna is older than the Fannings.